When Intel acquired vision-based collision prevention company Mobileye for $15.3 billion in 2017, the blockbuster deal underscored Israel’s prowess in smart transportation, particularly in the autotech sector. But automotive isn’t the only traditional industry
Even prior to statehood, Israel’s pioneers set out to cultivate the land, tackling the challenges posed by limited natural resources by setting up agricultural communities such as kibbutzim and other farming cooperatives to ensure that
With corporate conduct making headlines of late, executives from companies large and small are becoming increasingly aware that the business of doing business is as much about giving back to the community as it is
Glenneis Kriel from Farmer’s Weekly writes here about a recent tour to farms and the AgriTech exhibition in Israel. The author says that South Africa can learn a great deal from Israel’s water management.
Even before Israel achieved statehood 70 years ago, the country’s pioneers harnessed their fierce determination, forward thinking, and more than a little chutzpah to overcome the challenges posed by the land’s limited natural resources. Just
The Startup Nation is more than just a place; for Israel, it’s also a mentality. Innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit have infused virtually every industry in the country, from agriculture to cyber, and drones are
It is no secret that mounting cybersecurity threats jeopardize the security of nations’ critical infrastructure systems – from power plants to water reservoirs to our railway systems and beyond – with potentially dire consequences for
Scott Moore is a Young Professional and Water Resource Specialist with the World Bank Group Water Global Practice. Following a recent study tour he concludes that what they saw on the ground shows that combining